Tolaga Bay

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  • Electronic Systems Service Group
  • Total: 1    Avg: (5)
  • 346 Aberdeen Rd, Gisborne, 4010, New Zealand
  • 06-867 8081,
  • Gisborne Refrigeration Services Ltd
  • Total: 0    Avg: (0)
  • 211 Stanley Rd, Awapuni, Gisborne 4010, New Zealand
  • 021 242 5269,
  • Mytronics Limited
  • Total: 1    Avg: (4)
  • 300 Aberdeen Rd, Gisborne, 4010, New Zealand
  • 06-867 8830,
  • Uawa Garage
  • Total: 0    Avg: (0)
  • 59 Cook St, Tolaga Bay 4077, New Zealand
  • 06-862 6883,
  • Tolaga Bay Cashmere Company
  • Total: 2    Avg: (5)
  • 31 Solander St, Tolaga Bay 4077, New Zealand
  • 06-862 6746,

The appliance repair companies are friendly and fast to respond. All of them offer good value for money pricing.  They are reliable, skilled technicians having lots of years in the industry. They will tackle lots of sorts of appliance whiteware ranging from fridges , freezers, washers, clothes dryers and ovens.

They will aim to repair any sorts of appliances and will aim to fix the job first time.  The appliance repair companies have a good reputation in the Tolaga Bay so you can rely on them to give good repair job.

We know how you have a number of options for appliance repairs so we aim to please. As a result you are able to depend upon us to do the repair work promptly to get your appliances working again. For any domestic appliance repair work in Tolaga Bay ring today.


More About Tolaga Bay

Tolaga Bay (Māori: Uawa) is both a bay and small town on the East Coast of New Zealand’s North Island located 45 kilometres northeast of Gisborne and 30 kilometres south of Tokomaru Bay.

The region around the bay is rugged and remote, and for many years the only access to the town was by boat. Because the bay is shallow, a long wharf – the second longest in New Zealand (600m) after the Tiwai Point wharf at Bluff (1,500m) – was built in the 1920s to accommodate visiting vessels. The last cargo ship to use the wharf loaded a cargo of maize in 1967.[1]
In the 1830s there was a thriving flax trade involving early European traders like Barnet Burns.[2] By 1998, the wharf had deteriorated and was in danger of being closed. In response, the Tolaga Bay Save the Wharf Trust raised funds and gained technical help to restore it. The wharf has now been re-opened and the refurbishment project should finish by May 2013.[3]